As the date for en masse deployment of domestic drones draws near, significant constitutional questions on their use remain.
Yevgeny "Eugene" Kaspersky, celebrated in most of the U.S. media as self-made entrepreneur and tech guru, may be one of the planet's most dangerous men; fronting for Putin's KGB/FSB-run regime, he has been given the keys to global cyber security.
The Supreme Court decided in a 5-4 ruling Tuesday that police may not bring a drug-sniffing dog to the doorstep of a private house without a court-issued search warrant.
After seeing a photo of an 11-year old boy holding a rifle on Facebook, New Jersey police and Department of Children and Families officials raided the home of the boy’s father, Shawn Moore, a firearms instructor. Moore was not arrested or charged, but immediately sought the counsel of his lawyer.
U.S. District Court Judge Susan Illson on March 15 ruled that National Security Letters (NSLs) are unconstitutional and ordered the government from issuing them "in this or any other case."
The Missouri Department of Revenue is reportedly using grant money from the Department of Homeland Security to create and share a database of citizen information.
As the drone war expands in Africa, the Department of Homeland Security orders domestically deployed Predator drones equipped with technology that can track gun owners and follow cellphone signals.
A 5-4 majority threw out a challenge to the law authorizing the federal government to monitor and record electronic communication of all citizens.
Robert Gibbs, former press secretary for President Obama, said Sunday he was under orders during his White House years not to discuss or even acknowledge the existence of a "drone program."